MDS prides itself in having a strong foundation of dedicated volunteers who serve on Committees, Task Forces, Special Interest Groups and Study Groups. Each of these groups serves a special purpose in the Society. You can learn more about each group, and how to become a member, below.
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Committees are permanent entities that that fulfill the clinical and scientific mission of the Society or run the business of the Society.
Special Interest Groups serve as a forum for like-minded MDS members to discuss topics relevant to their focus area.
Task Forces are appointed by the MDS President, with support from the Officers, to complete a specific mandate.
Study Groups are groups of MDS members that seek to collaboratively study a specific aspect of movement disorders.